PPE – Personal Protective Equipment
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is the applicators best option for minimizing potential exposure to pesticides. The pesticide label clearly list what protective equimpment is required when using the product. Typically minimum PPE includes, long sleeves, long pants, gloves, socks, and shoes. Research indicates that chemically resitant gloves reduce up to 90% of potential pesticide exposure.
Below is a list of helpful links that can provide additional PPE information. Please contact us if you have a scientifically backed link you would like to share. We will review the material and consider adding it to our list. Thank you.
National Pesticide Safety Education Center
PO Box 1391
Okemos, MI 48805, USA
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